How will the indicative votes work? What are the proposed amendments? And what happens if there's (still) no clear outcome? We explain all...
Tom Clark / January 30, 2019
The ground rules have been rewritten, so all sides of the spectrum can feel frustrated at once
Jane Merrick / October 1, 2018
Both Labour and the Conservatives have a long way to go. Why is the issue dragging on?
Traditionally their great strength, the ability to adapt has deserted the Tories altogether
Prospect will once again be putting on a series of discussions and debates at the party conferences to give delegates and parliamentarians the opportunity to debate some of the key issues affecting...
Raab's past pronouncements send a troubling message about the kind of Brexit he’ll be bringing home from Brussels’ negotiating rooms
Mark Prisk / April 20, 2018
A senior Conservative gives a sober assessment of Britain's post-Brexit trade prospects
Diane James / March 29, 2018
On balance, I find it highly unlikely that the EU is capable of serious reform. So let's lead the way on leaving it
Peter Kellner / January 30, 2018
This latest election “debunking” doesn’t come off